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@Marilyn Olpin I don't know what that is supposed to mean
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if the hypothesis of the Multiverse is correct, then the most developed civilizations have left our Universe and moved to others that are more suitable for them!
tell me why should real humans pay for pictures😑
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The voice of the narrator and the way he modulates it are both so important! They can make a difference in whether you are going to enjoy or lose interest in watching. I appreciate the way you speak and pause to highlight certain words; it is part of what makes these videos so inspirational! Thank you for this new content; I cannot get enough of it!
Very true. There is a propensity for some narrators to speak at machinegun-like velocities. This narrator speaks at just the right pace.
Yesss! You're so right. Example - I love the content of Unexplained Mysteries albeit it can be a bit click baity and not up to date information but the subject matter interests me. But I just can't get through their videos without clicking out because and only because the narrator is just so meh. Monotone. No expression. Total snooze fest. So many people have commented on it I'm astounded they haven't switched to someone else by now. Even semi positive comments mention that they use his videos to fall asleep to. Go watch ASMR if that's what you're looking for or them hertz meditation videos. Videos with these topics should keep the viewer interested and engaged. Not put you to sleep 🤦🏻♀️
I appreciate the narration, I really do, but I think the writing and structure are what really pull me in... Always easy enough to understand even if I don't fully understand everything, and when I do understand everything I see the big questions in a different way than before, which is the seemingly intended result of the excellently written narrative.
Great narrator but i didnt understand anything past level 1
This is easily the best documentary on the subject I've ever watched, and I've probably watched them all. Being old enough to have witnessed the discovery of the CMB, Dark Matter, Dark Energy, the discovery of most of the "zoo" particles and the birth of supersymmetry and M-theory, it's incredibly rare to find an explanation that weaves these complex subjects together so succinctly. This explores the history of modern cosmology very nicely and brings our current understanding of the universe and the "Theory of Everything" into clear focus. I especially enjoyed the exhibits shown, such as Hubble's handwritten research on Cepheids in M31. Really phenomenal work here.
The theory of infinite and chaotic inflation is confirmed by observations with such accuracy, which has not yet been in cosmological science. And in general, there are few theories in astrophysics that are so successful and correspond to reality. And one of the main questions is whether physicists will be able to confirm the existence of other universes, also predicted by the theory of eternal and chaotic inflation? Here is a good problem, cosmology has not yet solved. There is something to do in the future.
Awesome presentation. Thanks very much for making this public, it's important. I've studied these science courses from many other courses but this brings together so much coherence and understanding.
SO VERY MUCH to think about, it’s crazy!!! I love these vids, they allow my mind to wander as it loves the ability to do so! Incredible theories backed by brilliant minds, I couldn’t deny the possibilities if I wanted to!!
Perhaps the most insightful hour, six minutes and 21 seconds I've had the privilege of being immersed in. Absolutely outstanding. Thank you.
This video has more content that many actual documentaries and is an obvious labour of love. I was absolutely right to subscribe to this channel. Well done on this incredible creation. (people seem to think I'm gullible or something, no. I applaud the work that went into collating all these different theories and presenting them in a single work which still manages to be very watchable. We still have plenty of physics left to uncover.)
@Pomorchik either way friend Pomor, they are just a portal away
@Fun Fact If you want to talk about science, please use precise and correct language. Relativity was not "proven," because nothing in science is "proven." You can't PROVE things in science, you can only DISPROVE things. Things that have not been disproven remain viable hypotheses and theories, and sometimes even laws, until evidence proves them false.
Space being infinite is a very hard concept to imagine. It makes me tingle just trying to think about what it means.
@S. Flemingam I missing something who's been to the edge
@S. Fleming You mean the observable universe is not infinite.
space is actually not infinite. Its been determined that there is a limit to its size
This is the most digestible video on this subject matter, and it’s inspired me to keep questioning, thinking, creating, and enjoying life like I did in my early 20s
Simply amazing. Thanks to everyone involved in this video, YT, all the scientists of course and even the voice actor included!
Watched it from beginning to end, I must say, it’s really comforting to learn that the entire universe is about the self and its consciousness. I always get existential crisis and alone, whenever it comes to space; so I find it interesting, heartwarming even, after watching this video. I thought I would lose interest but I didn’t. The narrator’s voice is mesmerizing. The content is well-written and nicely arranged.
This is some of the finest content on the topic ever produced. 👌
I thank youtube everyday for allowing the existence of channels like this, thank you guys for putting out another incredible masterpiece of a video, I loved it!
@Ivann Souza ?? 😅
@Jozef Mak ?
😅 you shouldnt really
I feel that the Type 1 multiverse seems correct. the multiverse is simply the observable universe from different perspectives. our observations of the expediential expansion could be a "Local" phenomena and may not be the case everywhere and from all perspectives. the fabric of space/time (or dark matter) could be like an ocean with currents. it could be expanding here while contracting somewhere else. this is my uneducated opinion.
@Tempestive the topic of the multiverse is more in the realm of philosophy rather than pure physics at this point in time due to our basic understanding of the universe. So all that we can do is follow what seems logical one step at a time until we verify a conclusion. speculating and following feelings has brought our species this far. if it was not important than we would have evolved without it.
You may be uneducated from physical perspective like me . I am genetics professor having zero degree in physics and mathematics probably we are sailing in same boat however we our logical and intellectual choice to accept the logic within framework of scientific research so far humankind have achieved till date. I DON'T consider you as ignorant but as a self introspective logical thinker.
This documentary makes me feel an infinite amount of gratuity to the universe for my existence as well as that of my family especially my children. The universe in it's entirety is absolutely unfathomably gigantic. And yet I am the luckiest person that ever existed because I have the most awesome kids and family Ever! Thank you Universe.
@Eternal Bliss As Lawrence Krauss noted in his book A Universe From Nothing, “The recognition of a first cause leaves open the question: Who created the creator?” After all, what is the difference between arguing for an ever-existing creator versus an ever-existing universe without a creator?
the classical, generic lie that the enemy pulls is all his wild theories. multiverse universe, aliens, other dimensions, anything to distract you from God. ‘If you confess with your mouth Jesus is Lord and believe God raised Him from the dead you will be saved. For with the mouth one confesses and is saved, and with the heart one believes, resulting in righteousness.’ ROMANS 10
Goes to show how we're just a small glimpse of life, a glimpse of chance in a huge space of violent massive energy.
36:10 Yes. they're not strings though. They are (entangled?) quantum fluctuations in energy, described by a probability wave function.
You do phenomenal research and masterful storytelling. Even though I feel like I'm constantly up to date with the latest science/universe documentaries, you manage to find heaps of stuff I didn't know in each of your videos, this one is no exception. Mad props.
Bertrand Russell's question "Can the world have no beginning?" also has a good reason. Currently, the chaotic theory of inflation is being developed and has not yet been refuted, which claims an infinite multiverse, although there are also assumptions for constructing a theory without involving the multiverse.
I wonder if this "dark energy" is actually the rippling, folding edge of our universe, that is constantly expanding, and it's full of this dark matter, which is causing the expansion to expand. Basically, what if the edge of the universe has more matter than the inside, which is pulling stuff away faster and faster...
I really do love videos like this. Thanks for y'alls hard work bringing us content like this!
Fantastic video, I am on my 2nd viewing. The pacing, sequence, explanations, references and multimedia selections are top notch. It is very easy to follow for the interested layman. You’ve earned a subscriber.
I would like to deeply thank you all for this material. What a great relief to a troubled and constant curious mind. I wish that in at least one of those endless possibilities i can sit with people like you and discuss those questions on and on. You gave me something very precious to hold on. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Kept me on the edge of my seat, I have heard most of the information in bits over the past few years, but never neatly pieced together in such an informative and enjoyable way. Thank you so much for the hard work you have put into this work. Awesome video. Love and Light to you all my friends
@P Harger I was actually thinking the exact same thing the moment right before I read your comment. It stands to reason though, regarding a topic intrinsically based on accepting reality as it is. Most topics of interest to people are based on emotional biases and that will always lead to a plethora of pseudo realities where people obviously won't agree on. It's a sad state of humanity and the modern day internet is greatly exacerbating the problem. I think the world needs much more science and critical thinking skills taught in schools from an early age. Too much self serving biases mixed with ever increasing technology will be the end of us if we don't make some changes. The saving grace for our ignorant and delusional ancestors was that they didn't have a lot of technology, which mitigated the harm they could do. We now have an internet that can propagate ignorance, delusions and tribalism far and wide, very quickly.
Yes indeed, couldn’t agree with you more. This is the kind of thing, that the inventors of radio and television dreamed of way back when, to educate the people of the world. Have you noticed, that the comments left for his videos, are all complementary, positive, supportive and intelligently written..? That’s something one rarely sees in the internet :)
wow I'm impressed and amazed about how intriguing and fascinating the information being put together, sought to explain how everything is connected more especially the quantum theory and where we fit in, in all of this, well done
This is such an excellent discussion on the topic, this is my 4th time watching it... binge watching and taking notes each time! Thank you!!!
I watched this video for answers left with more questions then answers being answered. Science is such a beautiful journey ✨️
Just brilliant and so well narrated. Thank you.
I use this platform primarily because of content from channels like this one. And this channel possibly has the best narrator. Another great video. Thank you, guys. Great job.
Excellent presentation of our reality. Only thing missing the energy of consciousness in the fabric of multidimensionality.
Truly fantastic—excellent work you guys
This was so good, I chose to watch it instead of playing a game that I’ve been looking forward to playing all day. And I’m not even finished it yet! Well done.
Thank you sooo much for the brilliant video so well presented and in formative. Out of all the theories that were put forward I also wonder if two galaxy's colliding would form a new galaxy and it would start all over again, after millions of years things would be as they are now. What do others think?.
I love your narration and the hour-long content is fantastic. Keep it up man.
49:03 this simple video right here makes understanding quantum physics way easier, that little clip played and suddenly it was like the world got way clearer. That's just cool, awesome video!
Amazing as usual. This is by far the most interesting channel on YouTube! 😍
In watching this video, I heard something I’ve never heard before. I’ve thought of this, I’ve always believed very strongly of this. I told myself I’d never look for this or talk of this and that it would have to find me. It was mentioned towards the end of the video and if you’ve never thought of this your conscious may choose to ignore it... but when I heard it i actually smiled. What I’ve thought for most of my adult life ( I’m 44 now) is that we, our universe, our planets, stars, everything is very small. Small as on a molecular level... example would be that looking in from outside our everything, you would need a microscope to see out plants and stars. imagine an atom in our bodies growing a species that became aware of itself and tried to figure out how it came about and where it was going. I feel that is what we are trying to do. On a scale so grand it’s utterly incomprehensible. There’s no way, as a human being, that we would ever be able to detect a conscious being, on an atom, in our bodies...
Fry: "Far out. So there's an infinite number of parallel universes?" Farnsworth: "No, just the two." Fry: "Oh. Well... I'm sure... that's enough."
Watching videos on mutliverse theories always has the effect of grounding me. It makes me recognize the power I have to make choices, and to a great extend pilot myself into the universe I want to be in. In a way, consciousness makes us interdimensional beings that can phase through limited realities within the scope of time and space we are able to access. Life is like training wheels for higher dimensions. And so... If I am alive tomorrow: I will have pancakes.
@Eternal Bliss I think 9999% people are ignorantly accept God theory due to lack of knowledge about themselves who they Are as conscious beings and what relationship humans have with universe Which we are part of.
@Eternal Bliss God Created The Universe and the stars and all that is. There night be other Life forms out there in The Heavens because God can do as God pleases. Religion tries to explain God and limit Him but that's impossible. If there are other beings out there, we don't know. Only God knows. People find God in their own way. Me, I couldn't find God in christianity. I was a Christian but i still felt empty Inside so I looked elsewhere. I looked in Islam and other Religions but I still couldn't find God. One day I had A Mystical Experience and Spirituality Awakening, and I found God. Turns out God was Always with me, I just didn't Know It. I was Searching For Something That Was Never Lost! Sure I lost my religion and my old beliefs but in The Process I Found God!! The Kingdom Of Heaven as Jesus said, Is Within.
Amazing!!! Best explanation of the universe I have ever heard.
I love watching videos like this. I found all of the theories convincing. They all seem to have one thing in common. Multiple universes where anything is possible. Which leads me to have more questions. Like what if all of the theories are right? If there are multiple universes, who is to say that all of them are right isn't possible? I wish I had the access to those scientist's education so I could pop out some mathematical formula to prove this. Instead, I am just an undereducated observer absorbing the knowledge professed by brilliant minds.
I am leaning towards the many worlds interpretation to be not quite correct, if not outright wrong. The thing is, whenever one stumbles across an answer in physics that is infinity or uncountable infinities (such as the infinite gravity singularity problem within black holes), it is a sign that the answer is wrong due to the math being incomplete, without exception. The second part is that infinity as a concept is highly unlikely to exist within the (finite?) boundaries of space and time, as it would take an infinite amount of time to reach infinity, so infinities should only exist in the higher dimensions 'outside' the universe. My best guess is that the many worlds interpretation of 'infinite universes' are actually unrealised potentialities in the 5th dimension (potential strings of time), akin to the infinite numbers between zero and one. Numbers themselves don't exist, only our interpretation of them, so when we say there are infinite numbers between zero and one, what we are really saying is that there are infinite potentialities of numbers between zero and one, because numbers are merely our way of defining an approximation of informational units according to our perspective. Of course this does not answer the question of what exactly makes the wave function collapse, so I guess physicists would be back to square one on the matter, and I just rambled on for nothing. xD
This is the most concise explanation of all the multiversal theories and ideas. This was the first time I've been able to distinguish them. Though I wonder which level does a reverse universe before Big Bang exists. Or an antimatter universe 🤔
These are some of my favorite videos on YouTube. Never ceases to make me wonder. Well done good sir
If there were "Oscars" for science documentaries this episode would win in all of the nominations! Thank you so much for such an amazing, eye opening, wonderful work!
Yes..but...who would slap who and over what joke?
You dont win oscars for proposing someone elses theorly
Maybe Oscars could eventually be apart of Atlas Earth app
This is awesome. So well done!
Really good putting it plainly!!! All the aspects I learnt in Quantum Mechanics and my love of multiverse theory so far...
42:42 Immortal. Nice timing. Also I love how you start that section with a self evident "truth" so existentially ruining that science has mostly agreed to not talk about it lest society fall apart.
This isn't science. This is YouTube entertainment. ;-)
Beautifully written and narrated!
Well produced, I've been using this as a great audio book as well. Love the narration and the content! Keep it coming :)
Couldn't the effects quantum entanglement potentially influence the expansion of space itself?That would allow for the seemingly uniform process of spacial expansion throughout the universe. It wouldn't have to be static but a dynamic element.
It took me a while to get around to watching this, but oh my, this was written so beautifully well. Bravo. Funnily enough I knew a good 80% of the content, and even guessed what would be said next a few times, but this was a fantastic video, a story even. Keep it up!
@Eternal Bliss idk. Even the greatest minds didn't really bat an eye to religion...
Frs. Like as if we already knew it as if we watched it before... in another time⏳
It's amazing what humans come up with. So many theories out there. The understanding of the universe is so beyond comprehension I doubt it even exist.
Simon Newcomb, what a smart proud cookie. I remember being in primary school thinking I basically knew everything I had to know, and here we are learning something new everyday.
That was awesome. I am not an English-speaking native, but I understood the layers perfectly. Of course, I knew about the components as much as a non-physicist could. It was lovely to see how it all is woven together. Beautiful.
Yes, creation by a divine all powerful God is amazing and a blessing.
Wow! I support the many worlds theory. It's unfortunate Gerard Hooft was shunned from the science community. I think he was on to something. His words will stay with me. 🙂 We are immortal! This third dimensional reality isn't our only reality. The coin analogy is remarkable! Death is a transition, existing, nonexisting and simultaneously existing in a multiverse.
@Xxidon’tevenknowxX yes, we can do so many things that we still don't know that we can.
@Juan Valle you can literally visit different realities by shifting
We are eternal. We only change bodies or avatars. We are multidimensional, we need a physical body to come to this 3D world and experience physicality. When we sleep and dream we leave our bodies behind and we go visit or explore places.
Yeah once death reaches us we will see our creator and you can see the signs while you are alive, if you'd wish to get rewarded better look upon it the best knowledge is coming from the Quran.
If many worlds is the right theory, then it makes me feel like we must defo be living in a simulation as theorised by Bostrom. Like, there could be overlords / scientists at some meta level just running innumerable similar simulations to see how things play out. Perhaps their motivation would be scientific, perhaps mere amusement or curiosity.
59:28 If true, it's far more than this. It's every quantized potential movement of every atom of every thing that ever existed or will exist, existing in superposition. I can't say definitively whether the many worlds theory is incorrect, but I'm leaning towards it being a partial explanation. As we all know, whenever in physics an answer is infinity, or uncountable infinities, it tends to be wrong.
When I was a young child, I happened upon a situation that opened my mind by sitting on my bathroom sink and positioning two perpendicular bathroom mirrors. One was a medicine cabinet mirror that set perpendicular to the larger plate glass mirror that opened the small bathroom space to the small room that contained them. I became fascinated with opining the smaller mirror to a position wherein I could peer into a multitude of reflections that increased in number by simply manipulating the angle of reflection. By looking at the image, I realized that I exist within a single frame that I recognize as my present existence. I also understood that I likewise exist in the infinity that rests beyond my mechanical capacity to arrange the angle of the reflection. My understanding of the possible realities grew into a broader understanding than my childhood peers could possibly imagine. Now I have a grandson who is interested in physics.
@Abdalla Ahmed He's eleven.
And that grandson? His name was Stephen Hawking
@Geoff Logie I don't even think "symbolic." The whole point of the no self argument is that the idea of one, unified independent self is an illusion. The idea of any one, independent any-"thing" in the universe is an illusion. The self is merely a perspective -a window the mind looks through of an ever changing process. The multiple reflections of the face are perspectives emanating from a river of consciousness.
This must be the best video you guys and gals have ever produced. Simply a marvelous explanation of the entire pathway taken to come to this cosmological point of understanding. Well done!!!
I agree 👍 💯
@Raul Arce The theory of infinite and chaotic inflation is confirmed by observations with such accuracy, which has not yet been in cosmological science. And in general, there are few theories in astrophysics that are so successful and correspond to reality. And one of the main questions is whether physicists will be able to confirm the existence of other universes, also predicted by the theory of eternal and chaotic inflation? Here is a good problem, cosmology has not yet solved. There is something to do in the future.
What a wonderful video, well done, thank you. I think science might have gone to much on the math route and it is time now to explore consciousness as we will never understand the "true nature of realty" without understanding consciousness. Know thyself and you will know the Universe.
I loved everything about this , thank you so much for your wonderful talent!
This is a great watch! Cheers to the creator...amazing work.
Man, there's a lot of bad in the world today, no doubt, but the idea that I can sit here and learn stuff like this FOR FREE and as...basically just a relaxing hobby...it's incredible. Each of us can educate ourselves on nearly any topic whenever and wherever we want. Thank you so much for this. And of course your narration, scripting, production...it's all absolutely top notch. Thank you, thank you.
What a gift this channel is. Really well put together thank you.
I believe there are over 1,000 universes. Also, there are places somewhere out there where it is different in ways to where our standard laws of physics would not apply the same ways.
It's so wild that a scientist would ever be like "Yep, that's it." We're humans for god's sake, we never stop asking questions! The only reason that Shapley claimed so must have been out of pure arrogance and ego.
Always had the feeling if we can imagine something.. somewhere somehow it is possible.
Most interesting to see the prevalent theories of the modern age all in one place! I posit that we are still short on knowledge to solve this conundrum, but we keep at the problem and one day will solve it.
Existences beyond our universe, parallel realities - what a mind bending hour of beautiful writing and superbly executed illustrative animations. Thanks to Professor Lewis and all the History of the Universe team for this and for all your other superb videos.
@Pomorchik I like the story about the tooth fairy better, now there's real science!
@Pomorchik Of course it will, they want to find it, and after getting a lot of your money from grants, they will find it, nothing surer. And the game goes on. Keep playing, they like people like you, as long as you keep believing and sharing your cash. But its more than cash they want. They want you to be ignorant. And its working by the sound of it.
Unbelievable video, you seem to have taken into account pretty much everything, bravo!
truly unbeleivable, because this is actually not founded in real science.
Flawless narration. Usually have to turn off audio on impressive space vids and use subs because of irritation over dramatization. This was fucking sublime. Thank you.
The more I try to understand such things, the more I scared of the infinity as a phenomenon
I love watching these video despite only understanding around 20% of what's being said
Just an idea i have since i was a kid. I always thought scientists think of multiverses in terms of distance, but i think this is the biggest mistake they make. Multiverses are not a matter of distance but a matter of dimension. What i mean is they exist right here, all around us, overlapped with our own universe, we just can't see them because we are built as 3 dimensional creatures. We do see however, sections of them (or projections) in everything that happens, every choice we make and every second that passes. All universes and all possibilities are contained within our universe, even within ourselves but the grand picture is out of reach.
@HodL Zombie I do believe that too as an explanation for Deja Vu. Also, there are situations in life that are not Deja Vu, but i feel like i have lived them already countless times, it's a feeling of being on the exact spot you're supposed to be.
@Tommy K i think of alternate timelines like roads that fork infinitely, and as we make choices through life, even the smallest things, we choose a different fork. They are all already there, we're just walking through them.
video question: How Many Multiverses Are There? --- answer: There should be an infinite number of multiverses: A number of scientists have put forward the concept of a “boiling Multiverse”, in which new universes are continuously born and this process has no beginning and end.
@HodL Zombie Yes! Could be indeed. I also think that we might actually live in a constant loop, we live our lives over and over, in the same way, we cannot escape or change anything because we behave always the same and world's events also do because of that.
I'm a bit lost, but I think I get the idea. Playing with infinites in physics has always tricked me.
The writer of this episode, Geraint F. Lewis, has an absolutely hair-raising curriculum vitae in astrophysics and science communication. The list of his accomplishments in science and science literature is most impressive. As an aside, it's fun to see some of the small differences in the CC script and what is actually spoken on the narration.
@Agni Das 17:00 answers that one for you.
Yet he cannot figure out the meaning of 'universe' . UNI.
It is rare to find media you think should be mandatory viewing for all humans. This one hits that "near-infinite" mark. Thank you.
00:00 Introduction 05:36 LEVEL 1 20:16 LEVEL 2 42:24 LEVEL 3 1:00:34 LEVEL 4
This is a superb exposition that offers a tribute to the power of imagination. I'm as scientifically minded as the kinds of people who work on cosmology (though much less gifted in mathematics, I'm afraid). I acknowledge my limited ability to truly understand any of this multiversial thinking, but can't help but be struck at how, well, "theological" or "metaphysical" these theories "feel" - no less wondrous yet at the same time incredible (in the literal sense of "not believable") as any traditional cosmologies. (The video essay cites the Vedas, I believe, but others also feature "turtles all the way down" as some have described certain North American Indigenous cosmologies.) If nothing else, all of this is great fodder for mind-bending stories of alternative futures branching off at every moment that preserve many of the mythological constructs many humans hold dear - such as "free will". When I watch films like "Arrival" and many other science fiction films and stories that play with concepts of predestination and free will within the existing universe, I find myself comforted by the idea that however powerless we may actually seem in this universe, maybe real, alternative ones still lie just beyond our next action or thoughts.
It is exactly of the same nature as the Hindu’s view, that the world rested upon an elephant and the elephant rested upon a tortoise; and when they said, “How about the tortoise?” the Indian said, “Suppose we change the subject.” The argument is really no better than that. There is no reason why the world could not have come into being without a cause; nor, on the other hand, is there any reason why it should not have always existed. There is no reason to suppose that the world had a beginning at all. The idea that things must have a beginning is really due to the poverty of our imagination. Therefore, perhaps, I need not waste any more time upon the argument about the First Cause. In the quote above, Bertrand Russell raised two very important issues with the cosmological argument: 1) whether the world can have no cause; 2) can the world not have a beginning?
Loved this. Nicola Tesla's 369 shows how the universe codes/creates. Can't remember the name but the vortex calculation thing 😅.
Vortex Math is what it's called and it also relates to Adinkra codes. Not to be confused with the adinkra alphabet although they are both Ghanaian.
Outstanding video! I hope to reincarnate somewhere in the multiverse as a Space Force Marine. Fair winds and following seas to all.
Absolutely amazing. Thank you.
Love the narrative prose, the visuals, the information. Very lovingly crafted and better than a lot of documentaries these days. Keep it up?
Loved every minute of this 😍
I'm accidentally currently watching this while tripping out on lsd and I have to say things make sense now. Wow
no you`re not, think about it.
I wonder sometimes if entropy is simply the energy created from the big bang settling back down into the Branes that slammed together creating our universe in the first place where it will remain until it happens again. That is one way that our universe itself could be cyclical. But I am very much a lamen when it comes to this kind of stuff.
what once seemed radical still is as long as you realize that there is absolutely no evidence of a "multiverse", scientist NEED a multiverse because they refuse to believe in a creator even though there's plenty of evidence for that.
I've had these thoughts before, so happy to see them expanded on in this video. You left me feeling a wonder for our existence that I thought I lost. Thank you for your work. Please make more about space and sprinkle it with some philosophy!
Could a neighboring universe have a gravity so massive that others will eventually get mashed into it?
i live in the cluster 91282 in the multiverse i am happy you guys are finally catching up to our standards.
"Observation" should be more aptly called "interaction" between two quantum particles that does interact that leads to the "collapse" of the wavefunction.
What a gripping, fascinating tale told truly beautifully.
Any chance you guys will ever put these videos on, Spotify as a podcast? Would love to be able to listen to this at work. Keep up the amazing work you are doing.
Curious,... Shining twin (exact duplicate but opposite) light beams directly at each other, will they cancel each other out or will they bounce 180 degree back to their source?
What a beautiful video. The presentation of the multiverse at 04:13. And the whole video.
So, I know that I am nowhere even in the same ballpark as these mathematicians, however, it just makes me wonder. If there are many other universes, would they create the gravitational pull that is explained as "Dark Matter," causing out universe to expand? Just curious. Jim Myers
This was beautiful. Thank you for sharing this 🙏. I hope whoever reads this has the best day of they're life 💗.
Best comment so far. I concur. 👌
This was extremely well done, looking forward to more videos from you.
Amazing work, thank you very much.
You did wonderful, very close to the truth. I loved it! 💯
The way you say certain words with just the right tone , I kneel to you keep that up thank you for a wonderful video I didn’t skip any of it
Simple, graceful elegant, and beautiful exploration of our existence. Thanks for the grandeur of it all.
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